A West Virginia family's history comes alive in Clay County.
Experience the excitement of an outdoor drama! Set in the rural mountains of Clay, WV, you will discover how one family has taken tremendous strides to celebrate their Native American heritage with others through a public reenactment of the Trail of Tears. This performance leads you on the adventure of one Cherokee family's struggle to find peace and love in a time of selfishness and destruction. With the moonlit stage, the crisp smell of autumn and the authentic sounds of nature, you may just find yourself lost in a historic true story filled with action, music, sadness and happiness
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Person Interviewed: Vickie Brown
Date: September 18,19,20,25,26,27, 2008
Hours: Gates open 7pm. Show starts 8pm
Location: Clay County, West Virginia
Address: PO Box 201, Clay, WV 25019
Admission: Adults $6.00, children 5 and under are free
Reservations: Not required. Bring a lawn chair or blanket
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